Is there a way to see the content of an image made with the dd command? and to extract a part?
I made a backup copy of the sda disk and I don't want to restore it in its entirety, I only want to see if there is X file and if I can see that I can know if I can extract that file without...
Do you know any tool (command line) to create an .iso of your system like this and then be installable? with your users, configuration files... everything
In summary, to be able to make backups and in case of loss of data or configurations, install the latest version from an .iso file.
Hey guys i have a github account and been customizing my Arch and Arco linux, but what im not sure of is how to back up my settings and configs, like which files i should back up. For a while ive kept installing and re-configing which is not efficient and eats up much time!
Is it the .config...
(misplaced my earlier login, so starting anew)
Been using various flavours of Linux for ages, primarily server-side, but coming back to the desktop for a primary workhorse after a significant hiatus.
Rolling with Fedora (34) this time, as I find it better suited to BaU work more than...
Good day to you all, hope all of you are safe with what is going on.
I have a few VPS servers using C Panel and CentOS 7. I use for my personal businesses and a few friends’ websites and such.
The host is OVH in Canada and their auto backup or snapshot system use to be good, but when they...
Hi, so I am in the middle of a transition to a Linux world. I have made a choice on the hardware (another thread on this forum). But I need your help to figure out the approach for the backup and restore procedures. The ideal scenario is the following:
Once the initial OS (I will go with...
Hellooo..... :3 So I get the general idea..... I can use DD, Brasero, etc., but I wanna' use DD..... :3 The goal is to create an image of Xubuntu on my ASUS X205TA to the Hard Drive on a Server me and a friend have..... That way, we can access Files without turning this Netbook into...
I've spent over 10 hours trying to get this to work and have had to come here to try to find answers. Sorry for the lang post, but I'm at my wit's end!
I have been having a terrible time with my system going corrupt every 2-4 months. It was rock solid for 4+ years then it just started...
Hi all and how are you! What I'm about to write, at least in part, may have been covered in the exponential forums across the Linux community so apologies if there's a duplicate. I think it would surely benefit me to have answers specific to my needs.
I'm so very sorry for these newby questions...
:) Ey Up, fellow linux-ers. :)
When backing up the configuration [on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr] has anyone encountered (& resolved) the error message that goes a li'l something like this:
"...make sure the following files can be opened: